Does the Bible mention different levels of heaven?

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If you consider that “different levels of heaven” means that there are different levels of blessing, there is no reference to that in the Scriptures. Although the KJV translation uses the word heaven in the first verse of Genesis, most modern Bibles correctly translate this verse as listed above. Note that Paul is not claiming that there are levels of heaven, but that he was taken to the third of a sequence of three (which logically implies that there are first and second domains). The Blue Letter Bible Ministry and the BLB Institute cling to the historic and conservative Christian faith, which includes a firm belief in the infallibility of Scripture.

Visit the Bible online to search for words if you don't know the specific passage you are looking for. Like Dante's Inferno painting, which shows different levels of hell, some believe that hell is made up of higher and lower levels and the lower the level, the greater the degree of suffering.

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